|Ugtem Molob, a Konkani Poets' Meet in Goa - Recorded by FN/Frederick Noronha|
Recorded on Saturday, February 25, 2012 at the Tristao Braganca Cunha Hall, during the monthly (last Saturday) session of Ugtem Molob (Open Skies), a multilingual poets' meet in Panjim. Featured here are the readings of Ramesh Ghadi (in Konkani on the manipulations of politicians in current elections), Shakuntala Bharne (on love and politics), Lakshman Pitre (Marathi, ghazals, etc), Karan Khandeparkar, Bharat Naik (whose poems are also published in Sunaparant), Sheetal Salgaonkar (five tiny vers...
Keywords: goa; konkani; marathi; poets; english; ugtem molob
|Mogacho Maand - Recorded by FN|
The Goa Book Club (on Googlegroups) this month held "A One-Hour Freestyle Open Unconference on Konkani" which they called Mogacho Maand: Konknnicho Avaz. This was held along with the HIMKO, Hindi-Marathi and Konkani Club of the Dempo College. Promoted by engineer Jose Lourenco and Augusto Pinto, the idea was to "listen to the varied voices, accents and dialects of Konkani". Participants were invited to bring along a very short story or poem or folktale or novel excerpt and read it out ("in a...
Keywords: goa; konkani; oral; varieties; dialects; goa book club; panjim; himko; hindi marathi konkani club; april 2013; massano de amorim campus
|The Goa Book Club Discusses Translations - Group discussion. Recorded by FN.|
Goa Book Club [http://groups.google.com/group/goa-book-club] held a meeting on Thursday, January 9, 2014, at Broadway Book Centre, first floor at Ashirwad Bldg on 18th June Road. The session focussed on translations, Goa, potentials, and challenges.Do you think we're doing enough in the field of translations? If not, what are the roadblocks? And, what is the potential? Above all: what should be the questions that we ought to be raising?Just to take this debate forward, I heard the 59:18 min long...
Keywords: goa; translations; goa book club; jan 2014; konkani; marathi; english; portuguese; broadway book centre; goa 1556; augusto pinto; dr sharmila rao; xavier cota; sunetra jog; gajanan jog